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Johnson Controls expands in China

Thu, 06/05/2014 - 14:34 -- Laura Varriale
Kenneth Yeng (Johnson Controls), Qin Min (Fuling District government representative)

American automotive battery supplier Johnson Controls has opened a new battery manufacturing plant in Chongqing City, China.

The facility is expected to produce six million automotive batteries per year. Johnson Controls invested $154m in the plant with a size of 133,000m². "This facility will not only enable us to meet increasing demand from our customers in China, but will also allow us to demonstrate our global leadership in technology and sustainability”, said Kenneth Yeng, vice president and general manager of Johnson Control Power Solutions in China. The manufacturer will supply China’s rapidly growing demands with its battery technology and services.

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